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Saturday, June 07, 2008
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

10th Annual Big Creek Watershed Cleanup

Stream stewards are needed!Join the Friends of Big Creek in this clean water initiative. Help us protect our local streams and Lake Erie!Assistance is needed at these locations:1. Archmere Park, Archmere Avenue, west of State Road2. Brookfield Park, Brookfield Avenue, between Bellaire and W. 130th3. Brookridge Elementary School, 4500 Ridge Road (behind Brooklyn Branch of Cuyahoga County LibraryRefreshments will be providedDress for the weatherWear long sleeves and slacksBoots or work shoes are recommendedBags and work gloves will be providedChildren under age 18 must have adult supervisionRain date is June 14, 2008For more information, contact Amy Roskilly at the Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District at 216/524-6580, ext 22 or aroskilly@cuyahogaswcd.org or Rachel Napolitano, Bellaire-Puritas Development Corporation at 216/671-2710This event is sponsored by the City of Cleveland, City of Brooklyn, Friends of Big Creek, Dona Brady, Councilwoman-Ward 19, Martin Sweeney, Council President-Ward 20, Kevin Kelley, Councilman-Ward 16, Bellaire-Puritas Development Corporation, Longmead-McGowan Connection, Cuyahoga River RAP, Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation, Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District, West Park Community Council and the Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation DistrictStream stewards are needed!Join the Friends of Big Creek in this clean water initiative. Help us protect our local streams and Lake Erie!Assistance is needed at these locations:1. Archmere Park, Archmere Avenue, west of State Road2. Brookfield Park, Brookfield Avenue, between Bellaire and W. 130th3. Brookridge Elementary School, 4500 Ridge Road (behind Brooklyn Branch of Cuyahoga County LibraryRefreshments will be providedDress for the weatherWear long sleeves and slacksBoots or work shoes are recommendedBags and work gloves will be providedChildren under age 18 must have adult supervisionRain date is June 14, 2008For more information, contact Amy Roskilly at the Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District at 216/524-6580, ext 22 or aroskilly@cuyahogaswcd.org or Rachel Napolitano, Bellaire-Puritas Development Corporation at 216/671-2710This event is sponsored by the City of Cleveland, City of Brooklyn, Friends of Big Creek, Dona Brady, Councilwoman-Ward 19, Martin Sweeney, Council President-Ward 20, Kevin Kelley, Councilman-Ward 16, Bellaire-Puritas Development Corporation, Longmead-McGowan Connection, Cuyahoga River RAP, Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation, Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District, West Park Community Council and the Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District

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